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The world in-between : cinematography
(Bilkent University, 2000)
And cinema. The importance of saying and... and...and.... Images neither starts nor ends, they occupy the in-between. Cinema and philosophy come together to show the power of the in-between. Images understood as such ...
Keepsake : meanings, practices and tactics of making and preserving memory
(Bilkent University, 2010)
This study is an attempt to conceptualize what a “keepsake” is within the context of subjective and social usage in relation to death and mourning. The phenomenon of memory keeping is examined not only as a subjective ...
Composition and the uncanny : a methodological account of composition in visual arts
(Bilkent University, 2001)
This study aims at giving an account of composition in visual arts by basing itself on the notion of uncanny. In that respect the works of three different surrealist artists, Max Ernst, Giorgio De Chirico, and Joan Miro, ...
Encountering a site-specific work of art : concerning the relationship between image and memory in the conceptual framework of Walter Benjamin
(Bilkent University, 2003)
This thesis derives from the dual relationship of image and memory in Walter Benjamin’s texts on literature and art criticism. This relationship is conveyed to sitespecific art and analyzed in terms of space and time. ...